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covered with or full of liquid

to make thoroughly wet

to make moist

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wetness caused by water

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covered or soaked with a liquid such as water

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containing moisture or volatile components

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supporting or permitting the legal production and sale of alcoholic beverages

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producing or secreting milk

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consisting of or trading in alcoholic liquor

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The results of the present study correspond to an earlier study conducted by Doerr (1998), who found that high repellency levels can develop without fire in formerly wettable soil under eucalypts in less than 2 years.
1985) found that the emulsifiable concentrate formulation was more difficult to remove than a wettable powder and an encapsulated formulation.
Bachmann J, Horton R, Grant SA, van der Ploeg RR (2002) Temperature dependence of soil water retention curves of wettable and water repellent soils Soil Science Society of America Journal 66, 44-52.
The manufactured spores can be used directly as a natural granule or formulated as a dust, wettable powder, oil concentrate, or other type of granule.
During the growing season, spray foliage with a wettable sulfur, or a fungicide such as triforine.
Diazinon wettable powder may be used as a broadcast treatment on the soil prior to setting the plants, or in the transplant water.
The few important and mostly used formulations are: dusts, wettable powders, granules, emulsions, solutions, aerosols and baits.
Designed to facilitate bone tissue in-growth, Scoria features a fully interconnected pore network with an 300um average pore size, over 500[eth]-m layer thickness, and wettable surface.
1 Intraocular Lenses, wettable, acrylic piece, water-repellent
8) The sticky glycocalyx helps to prevent pathogens from adhering to and entering the corneal epithelium and also converts the epithelium from a hydrophobic to a wettable surface.
Thus, in this study, we conducted a comparative toxicological study using different formulations, soluble liquid (SL), wettable granules (WG), soluble concentrate (SC), emulsifiable concentrate (EC), and soluble powder (SP) of two selected neonicotinoid pesticides (Imidacloprid and Acetamprid) on 4th instar larvae of Culex pipiens mosquito.
In the case of the liquid and wettable powder (WP) formulations, a solution was prepared and transferred to a 0.
The lack of a wettable surface is due to the package separation process, leaving exposed base material on the exposed edges of the lead frame or smearing resin on the plated surfaces.
The lack of solder on the toe of the joints was due to the lack of a wettable surface finish and is normal in L-lead components.